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Verbal Aggression from Care Recipients as a Risk Factor among Nursing Staff: A Study on Burnout in the JD-R Model Perspective

Table 4

Moderated hierarchical regressions to measure main and interaction effects of verbal aggression and job resources on depersonalization among nurses.

NursesM1_JRM2_JRM3_JRM4_JRM5_JRM6_JRM7_JRM8_JRM9_JR
Meaning of the workRole claritySkill discretionJob autonomySupport from superiorSupport from colleaguesFairnessOrganizational support Organizational social utility
Depersonalization
Step

)
 Gender (1 = female)
 Age (1 40).04.74−.00−.02.01.12−.01−.18.02.27.01.25−.01−.16.03.43.01.08
 Marital status
 (1 = married/partnered = 1)
−.07−1.38−.09−1.91−.10−1.78
 Year health sector (1 15)−.03−.63−.00−.07−.02−.40−.01−.21−.04−.65−.01−.16−.03−.63−.04−.71−.02−.28
 Type of unit (1 = emergency).081.52.071.48.071.36.071.43.061.19.03.51.051.05.061.17.061.26

()
 Verbal aggression
 Job resource

()
 Verbal aggression × Job resource−.04−.73−.06−1.29−.01−.10−.01−.10.02.33−.08−1.72

() versus ()
() versus () .00.00.00.00.00.01
Adj

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